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Can People or Corporations Have Too Much Cash?

scott s. Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 5:35 PM
So at a market cap of $432 billion, if you buy a share of Apple stock at $460, you're really spending $146 to buy $146 and only $314 of your investment is actually going to work for profit.

Is it possible to have too much cash for your own good?

I believe the average 7th grader would easily recognize the inherent absurdity of such a question. However, the average economic writer does not understand what the average 7th grader does.

For example, please consider Apple isn't the only company with too much cash on CNN Money by author Paul La Monica.

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